Welcome to another Heartfelt Creations Wednesday!! I had so much fun making this card, the new Vintage Floret Collection is just beautiful! I love the stamps, the coordinating dies and designer paper. For my card I used Vintage Floret Bouquet PreCut Set as the focal point.
Grand Labels Eleven by Spellbinders, Natural White Cardstock by Neenah Papers, Tuxedo Black Memento Ink by Tsukineko, Spun Sugar, Victorian Velvet, Peeled Paint and Vintage Photo Distress Inks by Rangers, G20, YG63, YG67,R83, R85, RV66 Copic Markers, Pearls by Want 2 Scrap, Foam Squares by Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L.
1. Card base is approximately 7” x 5”. Cut Natural White cardstock to 7 ½” x 11”, fold in half and die cut card base with Grand Labels Eleven using die number 4 from smallest. Stamp Vintage Floret Bouquet on card base with black ink and color with Copic markers.
2. Create a frame with neutral Vintage Floret Designer Paper using Grand Labels Eleven, dies number 2 and 4 from smallest. Ink edges with distress ink and adhere to card base with foam squares.
3. Stamp multiple sizes of the Vintage Florets on Natural White cardstock with black ink, cut them out with coordinating Vintage Floret dies, and color with distress inks. Shape the flowers with a flower molding mat and stylus and layer together. Glue pearls to the center of flowers. Color leaves with green distress ink.
4. Glue the dimensional flowers and leaves to frame around the card as pictured. Die cut some swirls using Bella Rose die, ink with distress ink and adhere to frame.
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Great tutorial, Marisa. I know how hard it is to write these. LOVE this sweet card - just beautiful and I love the colors :)ReplyDelete
Amazing card, your flowers are just out of this world!!ReplyDelete
ohhh-ahhhh! So lovely. Love all the flowers you've made. The colors of the DP is awesome!ReplyDelete
Ciao Marisa my american friend...ReplyDelete
You have made an artistic work. Love colours and composition. Sei bravissima !!!
This is so beautiful Marisa! It would make a lovely victorian picture in a shadowbox.ReplyDelete
I thought you used 2 different flowers! It is gorgeous,Marisa!ReplyDelete
Die Karte ist traumhaft schön, Marisa! Ich liebe die plastische Gestaltung mit den wunderbaren Blüten und Swirls!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! Love the shape and flowers bordering the card. Thanks for the tutorial.ReplyDelete